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Key issues

UNISON is one of the largest unions in police and and the justice system, with more than 50,000 members.

We protect you so you can focus on protecting others. We help and support individuals, bargain collectively and campaign to protect jobs and services.

Transfering to the National Probation Service or a DFP

This webpage provides information to all UNISON members working in probation, and to non-union members who wish to join UNISON, on the staff transfers which are due to take place on 26 June this year.

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Coronavirus guidance for police staff in England and Wales

Key information for police staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CRC Staff Transfer Consultation September 2020

Following the previous rejection of a pay offer for Interserve CRC staff, a new pay offer has been made for 2019/20. UNISON and Napo recommend this revised pay offer.

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Sodexo pay offer to CRC staff for 2020/21 to 2021/22

Following negotiations with UNISON and Napo, Sodexo have made a pay offer to CRC staff for 2020/21 and 2021/22. 

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Vote to reject police staff pay freeze 2021

UNISON is urging all police staff members in England and Wales to vote to reject the government’s pay freeze which the employers want to impose on you this year.

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Police and justice staff pay and conditions

Defending and improving members’ pay is one of UNISON’s main tasks.

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Vote now on the Sodexo CRC pay deal

Napo and UNISON submitted a Joint Pay Claim to Sodexo in March 2019. Vote now in the consultation.

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Back of a PCSO

Cut crime not police

Our police service has been devastated by cuts to officers, staff and PCSOs. Our police are now understaffed, overworked and overstretched and our communities are becoming less safe.

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    Privatising police services

    Private companies are poised to step in and run some policing and probation services in your local area such as 999 call taking and victim support. Find out how the changes could affect you and how your local area is policed.

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